Skyline Sailing’s yacht is a quite unique charter yacht!
We are offering you a yacht suitable for a real sailing and cruising experience in full comfort and safety.
Why is Hallberg-Rassy our distinct choice?
Let’s put it briefly: Hallberg-Rassy Yachts do belong among the more expensive serially-produced yachts in the world. They have a better design, a sturdy construction, good sailing performance, a lot of safety equipment from the start, ample amenities for food, diesel and water and, last but not least, they offer excellent comfort.
Not surprisingly, the Hallberg-Rassy is one of the favorite yachts of sailors looking for long trips or to cross the ocean…
Technically, the boat is fully equipped for cruising at sea, including:
• Navigation and communication: such as GPS-Navigator and Color Chart-Plotter – inside, outside and at the steering wheel. An independent GPS, Radar and AIS class B transponder, a Navtex, VHF/GMDSS Radio and Iridium satcom.
• Alarm systems: a bilge alarm, 2 Epirbs, the mandatory flares, VHF-DSC Radio, and PLB devices on the lifejackets.
• Safety equipment: throwing ropes, a life buoy, a danbuoy, jackstays, lifejackets, a 6-persons ISAF liferaft suitable for a stay of more than 24 hours before rescue, a storm jib, and a trysail.
• Equipment that enhances comfort while cruising:
o outside: hydraulic-operated winches for furling head and main sails, boom vang and backstay, a full sail plan consisting of a bowsprit for gennaker, cutter headsail, and storm sails, aft deck seats, bimini, cushions, go ashore step or stairs, cockpit extension cover, dingy with outboard engine, automatic pilot, bowthruster,…
o inside: private front cabin with private shower and electrically-operated toilets, airco system, freezer, washing machine, AM/FM stereo radio …
Additionally, the Belgian Federal Government’s ‘Maritime Transports’ has approved our Hallberg-Rassy 43 as suited for commercial use.
take a look inside
and in action
The interior layout of the I dolci is as follows:
Link to Standard specifications of HR 43. (PDF)